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Stock show, rodeo seek volunteers


Stock show, rodeo seek volunteers
COURTESY/S.A. Stock Show & Rodeo “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” recipient Shilo Harris of Wilson County (far right) joins the celebration to welcome home retired U.S. Army Sgt. Ken Patterson during a Wounded Warriors night in 2011. Harris and his wife are active members of the Rodeo Ticket Committee.


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Wilson County News
February 13, 2013
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SAN ANTONIO -- Wanted: Someone to work six, 6-hour shifts and attend three meetings a year to promote the ag industry and Western heritage, and help make dreams come true. Volunteers will work with an organization that has committed more than $123 million since its inception to the youth of Texas. This ranges from scholarships, grants, and endowments to livestock auctions, a student Western art auction, calf scramble programs, and show premiums paid to young exhibitors.  . . .

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